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... decisions. I expect so much more from the world. The direction that my generation is headed is ultimately going to lead us to misery. Turn on the news and it is all talk of politics disagreeing and bringing our government to the brink of chaos. The next story is generally geared towards the " who shot who" from the day before, ( or who bombed who if its international news) than after that.. To put a positive spin on things, they give you a quick tutorial on what to cook ...
... corner of the world, mindlessly watching hours of inflight movies and landing thousands of miles away from where we took off. I'm enjoying the sweet tannins of my California blend, and I can't help but question whether I've earned this, or if it is just my fate, my destiny. This is nostalgia. I'm smiling, starring at my favorite colors in the sky just melting together telling me that this was no mistake. I belong ...
... 1st show, tues afternoon....we shall see everything is new to us. we had dinner at a place called Which Wich (a sandwich place) pretty good.....so I guess I will be rating hotels and different place to eat during this trip, and of course give my road report, so until then CYA down the ...
... tie-down roping, break away roping, team roping and barrel racing. We got involved in the atmosphere and it was a fantastic experience, a lot of fun for our first rodeo.
Driving to Dallas we weren't too sure what to expect. Matt had found a western store he wanted to get a belt from so we headed there first. Whilst not planning on getting boots, I found a pair within minutes and was sold. The store manager Bruce was very helpful and fully explained to us novices the in and ...
... went to Dallas Convention Center too to pray Eid prayers in the hall. Everyone was wearing colourful and sparkling clothes and it was good to see different traditions. Overall it was a good experienced and the trip was very enjoyable. At the end of the trip, We also won a lucky draw in a mall about a big opportunity to visit many countries. ...
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- Business Services
Nice location. Close to western shops and Dealey Plaza.
Good restaurants in close proximity.
Reasonable cost but a bit dated.
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Historical Traveler Reviews InterContinental Dallas
I just returned from a SECA conference held at this wonderful hotel on March 2-5, 2005. I read comments from other reviewers and expected the worst. I was not MILDLY surprised but GREATLY surprised by the lovely rooms, services and amenities this hotel offered. The conference facilities were excellent ! My room was luxurious, spacious, clean, and had a stunning view. The staff went out of their way to accomodate every request. I dined at the restaurant. The service was impeccable and the surroundings beautiful. The food was good as well. The hotel shuttle service to neighboring places was efficient and pleasant. The hotel is simply stunning in every respect and had a true feeling of grandeur. My greatest regret is not extending my stay by one additional day to enjoy the hotel more. I definitely will be staying at the Hotel Intercontinental on future visits to dallas/addison. I don't need to consider any other hotels. A VERY SATISFIED GUEST !
Listed as a 4.5 star hotel on Hotwire, but more like a 2-3 star in reality. Service was attentive from the time we walked in to the time we left. Kudos to the concierge. Good if you need to drop in for a nite enroute somewhere, but don't stay longer. Decor is very outdated, felt like I was trapped in the 80's. Great proximity to Galleria mall for shopping and great eateries abound within blocks.
Intercontinental North Dallas Needs Major Overhaul!
Having stayed at numerous Intercontinentals in the last two years we booked into the Dallas Intercontinental with some confidence. The room given we were given was poor, had the wrong bed arrangement and was by the lift. Noisy! Despite requests to move they could offer no alternative arrangement apart from a sofa bed room! We stayed for 3 nights as alternative room availability in other hotels was limited at the time we stayed. No real effort was made by the check in staff to resolve our concerns despite several requests.
Rooms need Renovation & Improved Air Quality
Frequent Business Traveler here, and yes, the rooms are in need of renovation and air quality improvement too. If you're a clean freak/non-smoker the Lobby and maybe some of the rooms will make you sick from the stale smoke smell.
Furniture is outdated, and bar fridge too.
I always book a room on the Concierge Levels Floors 14 & 15...However, ask for a room far away from the elevator shafts, as you will hear the cables all night long against your headboard, resonating thru your mattress!
The restaurant service is excellent, very attentive MatreDe and Servers.
Positive experience, but...
Booked a room on the Club Floor/VIP level and the price was good (included breakfast in the Monte Carol, continental breakfast and cocktail hour in the VIP lounge. The hotel was clean and comfy, courteous staff, but just as you read in the other reviews, the furniture is a bit dated (headboard and armoire specifically). However, it was a good sized room and the other amenities made it a pleasant stay.
Not a good experience!
We had a terrible time at this hotel. The desk clerk was rude, the restaurant service was awful and the rooms were less impressive than Motel 6. The lobby area gave a great first impression, but the rest of it was a terrible letdown. Would never stay there again!
My wife and I had been to this hotel a number of times and have been disappointed in their lack of caring attitude. One particular incident happened at the club called Kempis'. On several occasions we attended, hats were allowed, but on the last visit I was asked to remove it.
Loved the Location and Hotel
I stayed at this hotel for a meeting and was delighted with the choice of restaurants within a very short distance (walking). I felt much safer in this area of town than during previous stays in DownTown Dallas. The rooms are spacious, if not the most updated, but clean and well-kept. There was plenty of parking, some free and the garage was cheap compared with DownTown. I will definitely stay again.
Not great for a 4 star
I got a great rate for this hotel, and now I know why. The furniture is old andn ot in good shape and the decor leave little to be desired.
When I reported a problem with smoking in my hall, I was given a speech on why smoking is allowed in some rooms. (Funny how I requested a non smoking floor)
The parking is bad when there are events there.
When I wrote a letter to management, I finally got a response that said they'd upgrade me next time I stayed. So, they'd want me to pay for something that I didn't think was worth it the first time around?